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Campus COVID-19 Resources

Cabrini University requires all faculty, staff, and students to be fully vaccinated, including a booster for COVID-19. For more information, please visit our COVID-19 Campus Protocols pages on the vaccination requirement, available at cabrini.edu/COVIDvax.

Please see our Campus Protocols for more information on returning to campus, mitigation measures, and more.

Cabrini University will continue to follow CDC guidelines, as we have done since the beginning of the pandemic. Because Delaware County is currently in a medium-risk area (CDC only recommends masks in high-risk areas), and because we have experienced this same low case count and increased immunity, effective March 2, 2022, masks will not be required on campus—including indoor and outdoor spaces. CDC mask guidance remains in place for specific circumstances related to coronavirus exposure, including, quarantine and isolation situations.

We recognize that each person’s comfort level and circumstance differ, and if you choose to continue to wear your mask on campus, please know that your decision to remain masked is supported by our community.

Cabrini University recognizes the impact that the COVID-19 mitigation measures may have, and we are here to help. Below, please find a list of resources and available information to assist you. If you need additional resources, please email return@cabrini.edu.


Cabrini University is offering in-person learning for the spring 2022 semester. A handful of alternative course modalities are available. Course modalities being offered are listed on the Term Master Schedule (TMS).

The information currently listed in the TMS, such as classroom location, is subject to change. Please continue to monitor the TMS and your Cabrini email for communication and announcements from the Registrar’s Office or from faculty regarding potential changes.

Classes began on January 18, and, at this time, all holidays and breaks will be honored as scheduled as per the Academic Calendar.

Holy Spirit Library

Holy Spirit Library offers support for online learning that includes virtual libary access, interlibrary loan and other electronic resources, research guides and best practices for e-learning, and other helpful resources. Find these resources at the Library's Online Learning Support for Students page

Center for Student Success

The Center for Student Success is available in person and via phone, email, and video conferencing to help you have a successful semester.

Please visit the Center for Student Success web pages for details about support available from Academic Advising, the Accessibility Resource Center, Academic Enrichment, and the Center for Career and Professional Development.

You can also reach out to the Center directly at studentsuccess@cabrini.edu.

Mental Health and Wellness

Counseling and Psychological Services is continuing to provide services remotely to students. Please visit the CaPS page for more information.

Campus Store

The Campus Store is open weekdays, 10am–3pm, in addition to cabrinishop.com


Access to Online Resources

If you have trouble accessing technology available to support remote work, please find available resources behind the Cabrini Portal. If you continue to have issues, please reach out to Cabrini’s 24/7 ITR Help Line at 610.902.8366 or itrhelp@cabrini.edu.

Holy Spirit Library

Holy Spirit Library offers support for online instruction that includes virtual resource support, a virtual instruction guide and best practices, and other helpful resources. Find these resources at the Library's Online Learning Support for Faculty page

Barbara and John Jordan Center for Children of Trauma and Domestic Violence Education

The Barbara and John Jordan Center for Children of Trauma and Domestic Violence Education has resources available surrounding distance learning and support.

Considerations for trauma-informed distance learning (KQED)

Jordan Center resources to support community members, families, and educators to address the needs individuals may be facing during the COVID-19 pandemic